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Survivals of prehistoric races in Mount Atlas and Pyrenees

Survivals of prehistoric races in Mount Atlas and Pyrenees

memoir destined to the 10th session of the International Congress of Orientalists

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Published by National Print. Office in Lisbon .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dwarfs.,
  • Pygmies.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.G. Haliburton.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 34435
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (8 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20988321M
    ISBN 10066534435X

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Haliburton, R. (Robert Grant), Survivals of prehistoric races in Mount Atlas and Pyrenees [electronic resource]: memoir destined to the 10th session of the International Congress of Orientalists / (Lisbon: National Print. i.l f \ DWARF SURVIVALS, AND TRADITIONS AS TO PYGMY RACES. By R.

Haliburton. When It became clear Inthat the range of African dwarfs reached as far north as the Great Atlas, I naturally Inferred that in pre- historic times their range extended even far.

General IndexItalic page numbers indicate that the topic appears in an illustration Authors are listed in this index only when their ideas or works areor in its caption on the cited page; the topic may also appear in the discussed; full listings of their works as cited in this volume may betext of that page.

List of Late Pleistocene Animals unknown in Britain in the Prehistoric Age: ” Remains found in Wookey Hyæna Den: Late Pleistocene Fauna north of Alps and Pyrenees:List of Animals from the Caves of Gibraltar: Fauna from the Caves of Mentone: ” Bone-caves of Sicily: List of Animals from the Middle Pleistocene: HUMAN ORIGINS.

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